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Planted Pines Hunt Club is a still hunt club with a limited membership of 15. Our members are family oriented, safe, ethical, respectful, law abiding people who have similar philosophies about game        management, harvest size, and quotas.

The lease is 1676 acres of Rayonier Timber Company land which is located in Bradford County Florida. The property has mature pines, young pines, clear cuts, oaks, hardwoods, and a small creek meandering throughout parts of the property passing through a large swamp area on the North and West boundaries.

The quality of Planted Pines Hunt Club depends on the members and their involvement in the club. Throughout the year a camaraderie is formed while scouting, planting food plots, attending work days, putting up deer stands, clearing shooting lanes, chewing the fat, and hunting that make days filled with memories that will last a lifetime.

We have a small base-camp area that belongs to our neighbor. It borders the club property with skinning rack and water to clean your deer. It is a small area, but for some of you wishing to camp, you may place a tent or a small camper. We have no electricity at our camp area but you can use a generator. STARKE is close by with plenty of places around for you to find something to eat or find motels.

As the days go by you can see the smiles, excitement and contentment on the children and adults faces. If you get a chance, take a child, young person or a first time person with you so they too can enjoy the great outdoors.

If you are interested in becoming a member, email billsnow91@yahoo.com, leave your contact info and we will get back with you. We can arrange a date for you to see the property and answer any questions you may have.

 

                                                                                                     KEVIN SNOW

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